Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Day
There will be live music and a canoe and wooden boat show in front of this former grain elevator turned museum, plus museum tours and...
Day Camp: Junior Archaeologists
Uncover Wisconsin’s ancient history! We will see artifacts thousands of years old and make some artifacts of our own. Explore how archaeologists discover the past...
History Sandwiched In: George B. Post, Architect of the Wisconsin Capitol
New York architect George B. Post (1837-1913), designer of the Wisconsin State Capitol, was one of the preeminent American architects of his time. His contributions...
Human Ecology Collection
Human ecology is an academic discipline that deals with the relationship between humans and their natural, social and created environments. Human ecology investigates how humans...
Local Histories of Dane, Portage, Wood and Sauk Counties, Wisconsin
Six foundation volumes that document and present the early history of Dane, Sauk, Wood and Portage Counties. Electronic texts include: Durrie, Daniel S. (Daniel Steele),...
The Arts Page
Emmy-nominated "The Arts Page" is a 30-minute weekly series on Milwaukee Public Television hosted by Sandy Maxx. Each episode features different aspects of the arts...
Arrowheads, Rocks and Dinosaurs (for students entering grades 4-6)
What’s the difference between a geologist, archaeologist and paleontologist? You’ll find out by taking this introduction to the sciences. Check out real artifacts and fossils...
Dates: Jul 17
The Dead Sea Psalms Scroll
The famous Dead Sea Psalms scroll from Cave 11 at Qumran exhibits an unusual version of the Book of Psalms in both content and arrangement....
Dates: Sep 18